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Loving my new job. Pix4D is processing orthomosaic of the area now, and 3d update to Google Maps coming soon. Should have some cool video together as well! Still learning lightroom so forgive me for t

I meant to post this picture last week from our Bday trip to NYC.  The picture came out pretty cool, but it was absolutely amazing from inside the plane.  The sun beams shining through the clouds onto

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Taken by Gary O'brien on the roof terrace of The Garrison. They have panos on findyourcenter.com that he was taking for this weekends rooftop terrace tour.

Are you saying that was not a video frame capture?

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Either the Observer or Center City Partners has the voting up for the skyline panos the observer photographer from the Showcase roof tours.

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/123/story/712890.html

Pretty good shots from a variety of angles.

They are fantastic shots without a doubt, however the building with the best view isn't even featured. That would be Royal Court. I have been looking at these panos not stop, missing my home town. Ten Days til I"m back in town I can't wait!

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I don't think the southend view compares to the width that you get from 4th ward. I think the jump in numbers in the voting on the skyline view competition is to build the image before the building that willl be built obscures the entire view....

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Beautiful shot but it seems like the Transition to Blurry is a little too unnatural and sudden, makes it look overly photoshopped.

It's a common technique that simulates a miniature scene by exaggerating the shallow depth of field of a close-up photo. Cool effect, but not really applicable to this type of shot. That's why it doesn't look natural.

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It's a common technique that simulates a miniature scene by exaggerating the shallow depth of field of a close-up photo. Cool effect, but not really applicable to this type of shot. That's why it doesn't look natural.

i also think when its actually done with a tilt-shift camera it is a linear transition, not radial.

still looks kinda cool though. i like the saturation.

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From the parking deck at South Park Mall, 5/14:

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Damn I was planning to take this picture when I got to SouthPark on Wednesday, it was going to be my crowning achievement, I'll just have to find something else from my neighborhood. Beautifully Shot though.

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